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    Huber Engineered Woods. ZIP System roof and wall sheathing feature built-in protective barriers. Along with ZIP SystemTape to seal the seams, the all-in-one panels eliminate the need for housewrap or felt, the company says, making the installation faster and easier than traditional materials. A...

  • EDSA Paladin DesignBase 3.0

    The Paladin DesignBase 3.0 from EDSA is a suite of more than 50 integrated design, simulation, and analysis modules designed to help engineers and design teams model power systems infrastructure and preview their efficiency and reliability.

  • Product Review: Sheathing

    Plywood vs. OSB: Which is the greener sheathing choice?

  • Northern Arizona University Consolidates Five Facilities Into One Sustainable Building

    Scheduled for completion in 2011, NAU's Health and Learning Center is aiming for LEED Gold certification.

  • Reborn on the River

    The revitalization of a riverside indutrial hub continues as a 19th-century building is transformed into the Beacon Institute of Rivers and Estuaries' Center for Environmental Innovation and Education

  • Best-Laid Plans

    Scheduled for completion in 2011, NAU's Health and Learning Center is aiming for LEED Gold certification.

  • News Worthy

    The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication creates headlines of its own with a sustainable new structure.

  • Arizona State University and University of Arizona Team Up for Bioscience Research

    Two rival Arizona universities work together to build the Biomedical Collaborative #1 in Phoenix, designed by SmithGroup.

  • Home Office

    Designing with the desert heat in mind, [merrz]project provides a versatile structure that accomodates a variety of functions while keeping operating costs low.

  • Hardwood Tiles Are VOC Free

    Tate’s new engineered hardwood tiles are made of 3-mm-thick natural wood laminate bonded to an 11-mm-thick Versacore wood veneer backer.